Did you know that you can benefit from preferential procurement if you are a service-disabled veteran? Veterans who run small businesses can qualify for government contracts under the Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) arrangement. More so, an SDVOSB firm stands a better chance of winning contract bids if it enrolls with the Solutions for Enterprise-wide Procurement (SEWP) NASA program office.
What Is SDVOB?
The Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) is a Department of Defense (DoD) initiative.
Whether you need a piece of paperwork signed by a notary just once, or you need to work with a notary regularly for the foreseeable future, there are a few things you should know about before starting your search for the perfect notary to work with. Here is what to know:
You May Have to Make a Call
One thing to know about working with a notary public is that you might have to call them to make an appointment ahead of time.
It's that time again: cold and flu season. It is incredibly important that you know how to tell the difference between cold and the flu to avoid serious health complications from developing. Both the cold and the flu are viral infections of the respiratory system, but the flu is far more serious. Keep reading to learn five ways to tell if you have the flu instead of the common cold this winter.
It's election year. Time for you to get out and flex your political muscle. If you don't think you have any political muscle to flex, you're wrong. Everyone has something to give to the cause. This is especially true with the governors race. The governor runs the state. That's why it's important that you get involved in the campaign. You want to make sure that you get your voice heard, especially with legislative matters.
When election season approaches, people become very focused on the presidential candidates. However, the candidates running for congressional seats also deserve your attention. After all, congress and the President do work together to determine the laws the nation will abide by. You want to vote in candidates who will represent your interests and make decisions you agree with. But voting is not the only way to support congressional candidates. You can also provide support via donations.